churidars churidars


  • (n) tight trousers worn by people from the Indian subcontinent (typically with a kameez or kurta)


  • Kurtis, Trousers: New Clothes for Air India

    Jan. 02--NEW DELHI -- Air India (AI) seems set to get a makeover of sorts. The ailing airline's airhostesses could soon sport kurtis, churidars and trousers as the national carrier plans a more contemporary look for its cabin crew in a competitive market that has seen its maharaja charm wear off.
    on January 2, 2014     Source: Aircraft Maintenance Technology


  • Raima, who sported the '70s look in Parineeta, says, "I'm okay with churidars, but I'd look like a clown if I put my hair up in those huge buns in real life. And the 'wing' eye make-up looks good on screen. I won't try that otherwise, since I have...
    on Sep 22, 2007 By: Raima Sen Source: Times of India

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